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Close the bound socket or named pipe of the listener object. This is called automatically when the listener is garbage collected. However it is advisable to call it explicitly.

Listener objects have the following read-only properties:

The address which is being used by the Listener object.

The address from which the last accepted connection came. If this is unavailable then it is None .

New in version 3.3: Listener objects now support the context management protocol – see Context Manager Types . returns the listener object, and calls .

Wait till an object in object_list is ready. Returns the list of those objects in object_list which are ready. If timeout is a float then the call blocks for at most that many seconds. If timeout is None then it will block for an unlimited period. A negative timeout is equivalent to a zero timeout.

For both Unix and Windows, an object can appear in object_list if it is

A connection or socket object is ready when there is data available to be read from it, or the other end has been closed.

Unix : wait(object_list, timeout) almost equivalent select.select(object_list, [], [], timeout) . The difference is that, if select.select() is interrupted by a signal, it can raise OSError with an error number of EINTR , whereas wait() will not.

Windows : An item in object_list must either be an integer handle which is waitable (according to the definition used by the documentation of the Win32 function WaitForMultipleObjects() ) or it can be an object with a fileno() method which returns a socket handle or pipe handle. (Note that pipe handles and socket handles are not waitable handles.)

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Today, more than ever, marketing teams are being held accountable for delivering business results.

Continuing our Measurements that Matter series, we recently chatted with Michael Brenner, a best-selling author, keynote speaker and CEO of Marketing Insider Group, to discuss why and how to measure the impact of content marketing.

Last month, we spoke with Katie Paine about what are the important measurements in PR. With our first few interviews underway, we’ve already noticed a common theme – in order to show value, what you measure must be tied to the business objectives. And we’re seeing an overlap in recommended measurement tools!

Michael Brenner: Marketing is under tremendous pressure to deliver value to the C-suite and to fellow executives in sales, finance and everything else. I started my career in sales, and have always believed marketing should be able to demonstrate and measure the results of our activities.

While I appreciate the creative geniuses that develop and design logos and pick color schemes and fonts, I've always questioned the idea that marketing is an artistic endeavor that should be excused from providing business results.

I found my way into content marketing – I worked my way from sales into product marketing and then into field marketing and demand generation, digital marketing, and content marketing. I took that journey because I believe that in the digital world we live in, content marketing is the most effective way to measure marketing results.

Measurement matters in content marketing because it matters for marketing overall. Marketing is part of business enterprises, and we need to measure the value of our results. So I reject the notion that marketing needn’t demonstrate results, and I think content marketing is the best way to do that.

Unfortunately, the answer is "it depends." That’s because it's important that every marketing activity start from a business objective – the metrics or measurements you should be looking at then flow from that. Even at the awareness level, at the top of the funnel, I believe there's a way to quantify these efforts.

Marketing programs can have four different types of objective. First, reach or awareness. Second is engagement . The third is classic B2B conversion for revenue. And the fourth, which is all too often forgotten, is retention .

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Any marketing program should be tied to one of these primary objectives, with a metric that measures to it. For example, I often say reach is basically traffic, and traffic doesn't have any value. However, traffic can have value if you're getting it organically versus paying for it. Content marketing offers the opportunity to attract an audience versus buying it, so you can take the value of the traffic that you're getting relative to what you would have paid to collect it.

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